About Barry Horowitz
March 24, 1959
|Place of Birth||:||St. Petersburg, Florida, USA|
|Also Known As||:||Barry Hart, Jack Hart, The Red Knight|
|Imdb Profile||:||IMDB Profile|
Barry Horowitz is an American professional wrestler, best known for his time in WWE Horowitz's contract was not renewed by WWE in 1997, and he joined World Championship Wrestling in October 1997, wrestling Disco Inferno on WCW Saturday Night. He signed a two-year contract and wrestled primarily on Saturday Night, but also had numerous house show appearances. He sustained losses to Disco Inferno, Wrath, Chris Adams, Alex Wright, Vincent, and others during 1998. He was also part of Bill Goldberg's undefeated streak, losing to him on January 10, 1998 on WCW Saturday Night and later on May 27, 1998 on WCW Thunder - where he had his first and only shot at the WCW United States Championship. On October 20 Horowitz gained his first victory in his WCW return, albeit via disqualification in a match against Barry Darsow at a television taping in Mankato, Minnesota. On November 22, 1998 he made his first pay-per-view appearance, wrestling in the three ring, 60 man battle royal at World War 3. In early 2000 he began his first feud in WCW after losing to Allan Funk on the March 11 edition of Saturday Night. Funk defeated Horowitz using a handful of tights. A week later on Saturday Night during a match between Fidel Sierra and Funk, Horowitz came out to the ring and distracted Funk, allowing the former Cuban Assassin to win. Horowitz's final WCW appearance came at the last ever taping of Saturday Night on March 29, 2000 in Beaumont, Texas. He faced Jim Duggan and was defeated after Allan Funk came out and interfered. He then left WCW in 2000 and returned to the independent circuit. Return to the independent circuit (2000–present) As of June 2005, Horowitz was working as a nutritionist in Florida, while occasionally wrestling for local independent promotions. He was featured on the (renamed) WWE's website "Where Are They Now?" column on October 22, 2008. In 2013 he had what appears to have been his last matches, at the DWI 4th Annual Malenko Memorial Cup in Riverview, Florida on June 30 - defeating Kennedy Kendrick, and then winning the Malenko Cup Battle Royal in the main event.